Story: Māori foods – kai Māori

Kānga pirau, 2013

Kānga pirau, a type of porridge made from fermented corn kernels, is considered a delicacy by many Māori, although others find it hard to acquire the taste. In this video clip from Seven sharp, reporter Sarah Stewart samples kānga pirau at the 2013 Kāwhia Kai festival.

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Charles Royal and Jenny Kaka-Scott, 'Māori foods – kai Māori - Foods introduced by Europeans', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 18 June 2024)

Story by Charles Royal and Jenny Kaka-Scott, published 5 Sep 2013